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#26 2015-01-27 02:37:16

ClassicHasClass
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Re: ROM SIMM Programmer Case

So mine arrived. Very nice and durable, but what type of screws are used to mount the board?


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#27 2015-01-27 02:53:50

bbraun
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Re: ROM SIMM Programmer Case

Sounds very unscientific, but I just used the typical PC screws used for holding PCI cards in place.

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#28 2015-01-27 06:11:38

markyb
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Re: ROM SIMM Programmer Case

It's a 6-32 screw if you want to be scientific ;-)


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#29 2015-01-27 06:29:14

ClassicHasClass
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Re: ROM SIMM Programmer Case

I'll go pull some 6/32"s off my PCI cards then. smile


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#30 2015-01-27 17:04:25

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Re: ROM SIMM Programmer Case

10-4 there good buddy.

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